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  • Vessel of Sadness | William Woodruff

    Vessel of Sadness

    • UNABRIDGED (4 hrs and 26 mins)
    • By William Woodruff
    • Narrated By Sam Kelly
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    Italy 1944 is the setting of one of the most convincing and quietly magnificent stories about man and war that has ever been written. They were young when they left and sang as they sailed down the Clyde. They didn't know where they were going and they didn't really care. They didn't want to fight and they hardly knew what the war was about. Here, distilled from the experiences and observations of the author, who served in Italy in the British infantry, is the story of those who fought and died at Anzio.

    Tim Byers says: "You'll love the SOUND of this"
  • Shadows of Glory | William Woodruff

    Shadows of Glory

    • UNABRIDGED (12 hrs and 31 mins)
    • By William Woodruff
    • Narrated By Jonathan Firth
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    Arnold College, Oxford. When Sir George Kemp returns to his old university to celebrate the launch of a new barge, he can't help noticing a photograph on the wall: the 1939 rowing team, of whom George had been the cox... Sixty years earlier had been a heady, intoxicating time for George and the crew. But with conflict inevitable, the nine friends find the dreaming spires giving way to the nightmare of modern war.

    Jonathan says: "Not a good listen at all"
  • Beyond Nab End | William Woodruff

    Beyond Nab End

    • UNABRIDGED (8 hrs and 45 mins)
    • By William Woodruff
    • Narrated By Sam Wood
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    The second volume of Woodruff's memoirs begins with him arriving in Poplar in the early 1930s. Luckily he gets a job at a steel foundry, and lives with an old couple in Bow. It also covers his winning of a place at Oxford and his part in the war effort.

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